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Origin Of Information quotes by Paul Davies
#1. Many investigators feel uneasy stating in public that the origin of life is a mystery, even though behind closed doors they admit they are baffled. #Quote by Paul Davies
Origin Of Information quotes by Michael Denton
#2. The theory of phlogiston was an inversion of the true nature of combustion. Removing phlogiston was in reality adding oxygen, while adding phlogiston was actually removing oxygen. The theory was a total misrepresentation of reality. Phlogiston did not even exist, and yet its existence was firmly believed and the theory adhered to rigidly for nearly one hundred years throughout the eighteenth century. ... As experimentation continued the properties of phlogiston became more bizarre and contradictory. But instead of questioning the existence of this mysterious substance it was made to serve more comprehensive purposes. ... For the skeptic or indeed to anyone prepared to step out of the circle of Darwinian belief, it is not hard to find inversions of common sense in modern evolutionary thought which are strikingly reminiscent of the mental gymnastics of the phlogiston chemists or the medieval astronomers.

To the skeptic, the proposition that the genetic programmes of higher organisms, consisting of something close to a thousand million bits of information, equivalent to the sequence of letters in a small library of one thousand volumes, containing in encoded form countless thousands of intricate algorithms controlling, specifying and ordering the growth and development of billions and billions of cells into the form of a complex organism, were composed by a purely random process is simply an affront to reason. But to the Darwinist the idea is accepted without a ripple #Quote by Michael Denton
Origin Of Information quotes by Robert Greene
#3. If there is any instrument you must fall in love with and fetishize, it is the human brain - the most miraculous, awe-inspiring, information-processing tool devised in the known universe, with a complexity we can't even begin to fathom, and with dimensional powers that far outstrip any piece of technology in sophistication and usefulness. #Quote by Robert Greene
Origin Of Information quotes by Steven Pinker
#4. You don't like to be lied to, by your friends or in your business dealings. So why would you want to be lied to when it comes to the origin of life or the fate of the planet? #Quote by Steven Pinker
Origin Of Information quotes by Audre Lorde
#5. We recognize that all knowledge is mediated through the body and that feeling is a profound source of information about our lives #Quote by Audre Lorde
Origin Of Information quotes by Fran Hauser
#6. Plant seeds for your future by pursuing an interest or hobby outside of work.
Connect the dots by pairing the skills and information you learn while investing in yourself with people in your network. #Quote by Fran Hauser
Origin Of Information quotes by Michio Kaku
#7. The Pentagon has been looking into the possibility of developing "smart dust," dust-sized particles that have tiny sensors inside that can be sprayed over a battlefield to give commanders real-time information. In the future it is conceivable that "smart dust" might be sent to the nearby stars. #Quote by Michio Kaku
Origin Of Information quotes by Bruce Coville
#8. Withholding information is the essence of tyranny. Control of the flow of information is the tool of the dictatorship. #Quote by Bruce Coville
Origin Of Information quotes by Guy Kawasaki
#9. Second, you need to spread the large amount of information knowledge that you've gained-pooping like an elephant. This means sharing information and discoveries with your fellow employees and occasionally even with your competitors. #Quote by Guy Kawasaki
Origin Of Information quotes by Charles F. Haanel
#10. A knowledge of our ability to consciously radiate health, strength, and harmony will bring us into a realization that there is nothing to fear because we are in touch with Infinite Strength. This knowledge can be gained only by making a practical application of this information. We learn by doing-through practice the athlete becomes powerful. #Quote by Charles F. Haanel
Origin Of Information quotes by L.M. Montgomery
#11. Fear is the original sin," wrote John Foster. "Almost all the evil in the world has its origin in the fact that some one is afraid of something. #Quote by L.M. Montgomery
Origin Of Information quotes by Alex Berenson
#12. Information technology departments must spend enormous amounts of time and money worrying about integrating big computer systems with billions of pieces of customer data. #Quote by Alex Berenson
Origin Of Information quotes by Fred Edwords
#13. Though we [Humanists] take a strict position on what constitutes knowledge, we are not critical of the source of ideas. Often intuitive feelings, hunches, speculation, and flashes of inspiration prove to be excellent sources of novel approaches, new ways of looking at things, new discoveries, and new information. We do not disparage those ideas derived from religious experience, altered states of consciousness, or the emotions; we merely declare that testing these ideas against reality is the only way to determine their validity as knowledge. #Quote by Fred Edwords
Origin Of Information quotes by Luis Gutierrez
#14. Mr. Speaker, Americans want, need, and rightfully expect Congress to protect them from the prying eyes of identity thieves and give them back control of their Social Security numbers and personal health information. #Quote by Luis Gutierrez
Origin Of Information quotes by George Gilder
#15. We begin with the proposition that capitalism is not chiefly an incentive system but an information system. We continue with the recognition, explained by the most powerful science of the epoch, that information is best defined as surprised-what we cannot predict rather than what we can. The key to economic growth is not acquisition of things by the pursuit of monetary rewards but the expansion of wealth through learning and discovery. #Quote by George Gilder
Origin Of Information quotes by Elizabeth Kolbert
#16. [On the birther movement:] Here we are, quadrillions of bytes deep into the Information Age. And yet information, it seems, has never mattered less. #Quote by Elizabeth Kolbert
Origin Of Information quotes by George Saintsbury
#17. To pass to the deluge, and beyond it, and to come to close quarters with our proper division, the origin of Romance itself is a very debatable subject, or rather it is a subject which the wiser mind will hardly care to debate much. #Quote by George Saintsbury
Origin Of Information quotes by Umberto Eco
#18. In this universe of ours, with its wealth of errors and legends, historical data and false information, one absolute truth is the fact that Superman is Clark Kent. All the rest is always open to debate. #Quote by Umberto Eco
Origin Of Information quotes by Russell Baker
#19. An educated person is one who has learned that information almost always turns out to be at best incomplete and very often false, misleading, fictitious, mendacious - just dead wrong. #Quote by Russell Baker
Origin Of Information quotes by Gerhard Richter
#20. In truth, factual information - names or dates - have never interested me much. Those things are like an alien language that can interfere with the language of the painting, or even prevent its emergence. #Quote by Gerhard Richter
Origin Of Information quotes by Julius Evola
#21. The revulsion towards and violent detachment from nature leads to its desecration, to the destruction of the organic conception of the world as a cosmos, as an order of forms reflecting a higher meaning, as the 'visible manifestation of the invisible' - a conception (of Indo-European origin) which is an integral part of the Classical view of the world and which also lies at the basis of various forms of knowledge of a different sort compared to profane, modern science. #Quote by Julius Evola
Origin Of Information quotes by Saul Bellow
#22. All human accomplishment has this same origin, identically. Imagination is a force of nature. Is this not enough to make a person full of ecstasy? Imagination, imagination, imagination! It converts to actual. It sustains, it alters, it redeems! #Quote by Saul Bellow
Origin Of Information quotes by Miss Read
#23. [regarding a toothache] It made me realize how much one's mind is at the mercy of one's physical well-being, as at times I felt quite demented. My admiration for people who withhold information under torture has increased ten-fold since this ghastly night, for I am quite certain that even the threat of such pain would be enough to make me blab put any secret, and even to make up further disclosures if I felt that these might mitigate the pain at all. Truly a most shattering revelation. #Quote by Miss Read
Origin Of Information quotes by Linda Ellerbee
#24. Dreck is dreck and no amount of fancy polish is going to make it anything else. #Quote by Linda Ellerbee
Origin Of Information quotes by Joyce Meyer
#25. Our minds may be like some computers that can have a lifetime of wrong information stored in them. #Quote by Joyce Meyer
Origin Of Information quotes by B.W. Powe
#26. The origin of corruption in politics is surely in the thought that you are the bearer of ultimate virtue. #Quote by B.W. Powe
Origin Of Information quotes by George Coyne
#27. The Christian church has a long history of gradually absorbing scientific perspectives and new discoveries. It seems to me that, in fact, that has been one of the strengths of Christianity - it has ultimately had great flexibility in absorbing new information about the world that we get from science. #Quote by George Coyne
Origin Of Information quotes by Richard Ben-Veniste
#28. With respect to the FBI, they had problems communicating in a vertical way, within the FBI itself, so that information of importance could get pushed up to those who were decision-makers. #Quote by Richard Ben-Veniste
Origin Of Information quotes by Andy Goldsworthy
#29. Fire is the origin of stone. By working the stone with heat, I am returning it to its source. #Quote by Andy Goldsworthy
Origin Of Information quotes by George Armstrong Custer
#30. Ah!" said the doctor, in his most complacent manner, "here is the opportunity I have long been waiting for. I have often desired to test and taste the indian mode of cooking. What do you suppose this is?" holding up the dripping morsel.

Unable to obtain the desired information, the doctor, whose naturally good appetite had been sensibly sharpened by his recent exercise á la quadrupède, set to with a will and ate heartily of the mysterious contents of the kettle.

"What can this be?" again inquired the doctor. He was only satisfied on one point, that it was delicious - a dish fit for a king.

Just then Gurrier, the half-breed, entered the lodge. He could solve the mystery, having spent years among the Indians. To him the doctor appealed for information.

Fishing out a huge piece and attacking it with the voracity of a hungry wolf, he was not long in determining what the doctor had supped so heartily upon.

His first words settled the mystery: "Why this is dog."

I will not attempt to repeat the few but emphatic words uttered by the heartedly disgusted member of the medical fraternity as he rushed from the lodge. #Quote by George Armstrong Custer
Origin Of Information quotes by Jules Evans
#31. Maxims were like neural shortcuts, like icons on a desktop that instantly connect you to a body of information. #Quote by Jules Evans
Origin Of Information quotes by Alastair Reynolds
#32. The Melding Plague attacked our society at the core. It was not quite a biological virus, not quite a software virus, but a strange and shifting chimera of the two. No pure strain of the plague has ever been isolated, but in its pure form it must resemble a kind of nano-machinery, analogous to the molecular-scale assemblers of our own medichine technology. That it must be of alien origin seems beyond doubt. Equally clear is the fact that nothing we have thrown against the plague has done more than slow it. More often than not, our interventions have only made things worse. The plague adapts to our attacks; it perverts our weapons and turns them against us. Some kind of buried intelligence seems to guide it. We don't know whether the plague was directed toward humanity - or whether we have just been terribly unlucky. #Quote by Alastair Reynolds
Origin Of Information quotes by Scott Adams
#33. Your brain can only process a tiny portion of your environment,
It risks being overwhelmed by the volume
of information that bombards you every waking moment.
Your brain compensates by filtering out the 99.9 percent of
your environment that doesn't matter to you. #Quote by Scott Adams
Origin Of Information quotes by Josephine Humphreys
#34. He's always had a nameless, unanchored longing; and when, at critical points in his life, a period of intense longing coincided with the appearance of a suitable object, he fell for it head over heels, and believed he had discovered a great passion. Poetry, friendship, work, women - each at one time he'd held to be the center of his life.
But since the origin of his passion was internal, the chosen objects couldn't hold him long; and he had to feed his yearning with yet more loss. The deepening spiral could not end well for him ... #Quote by Josephine Humphreys
Origin Of Information quotes by Elizabeth Holtzman
#35. The framers of our Constitution understood the dangers of unbridled government surveillance. They knew that democracy could flourish only in spaces free from government snooping and interference, and they put restraints on government overreaching in the Fourth Amendment of the Bill of Rights ... These protections require, at a minimum, a neutral arbiter - a magistrate - standing between the government's endless desire for information and the citizens' desires for privacy. #Quote by Elizabeth Holtzman
Origin Of Information quotes by Albert Einstein
#36. Modern education is competitive, nationalistic and separative. It has trained the child to regard material values as of major importance, to believe that his nation is also of major importance and superior to other nations and peoples. The general level of world information is high but usually biased, influenced by national prejudices, serving to make us citizens of our nation but not of the world. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Origin Of Information quotes by Thomas Pynchon
#37. It's a dangerous game Cherrycoke's playing here. Often he thinks the sheer volume of information pouring in through his fingers will saturate, burn him out...she seems determined to overwhelm him with her history and its pain, and the edge of it, always fresh from the stone, cutting at his hopes, at all their hopes. He does respect her: he knows that very little of this is female theatricals, really. She has turned her face, more than once, to the Outer Radiance and simply seen nothing there. And so each time has taken a little more of the Zero into herself. It comes down to courage, at worst an amount of self-deluding that's vanishingly small: he has to admire it, even if he can't accept her glassy wastes, her appeals to a day not of wrath but of final indifference... #Quote by Thomas Pynchon
Origin Of Information quotes by Stephen Batchelor
#38. Learning and education have frequently degenerated into the systematic accumulation of facts and information. #Quote by Stephen Batchelor
Origin Of Information quotes by Lorde
#39. People respond to something which intrigues them instead of something that gives them all the information - particularly in pop, which is, like, the genre for knowing way too much about everyone and everything. #Quote by Lorde

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